The 31-year-old Walter (41 catches, 518 yards, two TDs in 2012) played the previous seven seasons for AFC South rival Houston before being released earlier in the offseason. Stokley, 36, caught 45 passes for 544 yards and five scores for Denver a season ago.
It’s possible Tennessee is looking to add another veteran presence to a receiving corps with some promise. Kenny Britt, who has special ability, doesn’t turn 25 until September, and second-year pro Kendall Wright hauled in 64 passes as a rookie. While Walter and Stokley are complementary passing-game players, their experience has to be factored into their value at this stage of their careers.